Clemson, SC (November 17, 2018) – Police responded to a three-vehicle accident that closed down a roadway at the South Carolina Botanical Garden and caused injuries. The incident happened at Perimeter Road on Friday, November 16.
Police reported that the accident happened initially around 10:45 a.m. and 10:55 a.m. Though the details of the accident have not yet been released, police confirmed that one person was entrapped in a vehicle and two students were transported to hospitals across Greenville and Oconee.
The accident blocked roadways in both directions. However, by 12:53 p.m., both roads were reopened. Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident at this time.
Car Accident in South Carolina
Many accidents take place across South Carolina every year, taking the lives of hundreds of people and causing thousands to be hospitalized. Though these serious accidents take place for a variety of reasons, some of the most common involve cases of drunk driving, driver distractions, speeding, and more.
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